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ripping a dvd+r dl

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by granbn, Aug 10, 2007.

  1. granbn

    granbn Member

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    i just got a dvd/vhs burner and is says when i get to the end of the first layer of a dl i have to stop the copy process and start the second layer manualy do i have an out dated machine i thought all you have to do is stick the blank dl in and burn an 3 hour movie?
    granbn
     
  2. 56delray

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    What is the model of your writer?
    Not just the mfg. like SAMSUNG TS-H552U.

    What software are using to burn with? Nero, Imgburn, DVD Decrypter.
     
  3. granbn

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    this is a stand alone dvd/vhs player/burner that hooks up to the tv
    PANASONIC DMR-ES45VS DVD VCR COMBO RECORDER BUR VHS~DVD
    as far as know it uses it's own software granbn
     
  4. IHoe

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    are you trying to make a copy of a copy? Seems like your DVD player/burner doesn't like your disks. the best DL disk out there is Verbatim! if you are using any other DL disk then it's inferior! if your burner acts this way with Verbatim DL disks then it has a problem with any recordible DL disk. Check your manual on what it can play/record! good luck.
     
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    http://www2.panasonic.com/webapp/wc...cacheProgram=11002&storeId=15001&displayTab=S

    It will not write to a dual layer disk.
    You can record in long play (LP) on DVD-RAM, DVD-R, DVD-RW,
    DVD+R, or DVD+RW

     
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    just as I thought...... read my previous statement!
     
  7. granbn

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    afterdawn id the best, thanx for all your help.
     

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